5 ways to build teacher confidence in the shift towards inquiry

MAR 3, 2022

In this webinar recording, we'll cover:

  • 1

    Most common challenges teachers are facing when shifting to an inquiry-based approach

  • 2

    A framework for supporting teachers in implementing inquiry effectively

  • 3

    How Newsela Social Studies can empower teachers to make this shift with built-in, standards-aligned resources and structured choice

Speaker Details

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Liz Park

Curricular Solutions Architect

Liz Park is a Solution Architect at Newsela working closely with teachers to align program themes to the taught curriculum. Before joining Newsela, Liz was an elementary teacher, during which time she taught Kindergarten, 2nd, 4th, and 5th grade. She brings subject matter expertise in the areas of ELA, Social Studies, and Science at the upper elementary levels, as well as expertise in problem-based learning and social-emotional curriculum writing.

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